Salina Man Banned From Attending Obama Speech in Kansas
KSAL Staff - Tue 06:37 AM 12/06/2011
J Neil Jednoralski announced that he planned to arrest the president on Tuesday. Jednoralski believes that Obama is illegally holding the office of President.
A Salina man who threatened to attempt to arrest President Obama during a planned speech in Kansas on Tuesday is being barred from attending the event.
Via the Facebook social networking website, J Neil Jednoralski announced that he planned to arrest the president on Tuesday. Jednoralski believes that Obama is illegally holding the office of President.
Jednoralski says that he notified Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, the Kansas Highway Patrol, and the Saline County Sheriff’s Office of his intent, and asked for their help.
According to Jednoralski, an agent from the U.S. Secret Service came to his home early Monday evening. He was told that he would be arrested on trespassing charges if he attends the event when the president speaks at Osawatomie High School Tuesday afternoon.
Jednoralski contends that the Kansas Attorney General's Office notified the Secret Service of his intent.
Jednoralski says that the guns in his home were confiscated Monday evening, along with the pair of handcuffs he plannned to use to arrest Obama. He says that he was told that the confiscated items will be returned to him Tuesday evening.